A year ago, people flocked to vacation towns in states like New Hampshire to flee COVID-19. For some, it was just a brief escape. But others settled into a rural lifestyle.
The question now is how long these newcomers are going to stay.
For five-year-old Joanna Shelov, coming to New Hampshire has meant a year of outdoor fun.
“I get to ski a lot!” she says, standing on a melting snow bank in front of her family’s vacation home by Squam Lake.
“I do different kinds of skiing…cross country skiing, skate skiing a tiny bit on my skis, and downhill skiing.”
Read the rest of the story at New Hampshire Public Radio’s website.